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45 degree out of a wall

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by RobertVL, Sep 13, 2008.

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  1. RobertVL

    RobertVL New Member

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    How do you get 45 degree pipe out of a wall?

    I want to cut down on the angles and run a 45 degree pipe out of a out side wall and into another 45 degree up to the roof
    Instead of doing 2 90 degrees

    The problem is how to get the thimble to line up , any ideas?

    Thanks

    Robert VanLane

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  2. begreen

    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    You exit straight only through the thimble, no angles. The first interior connector piece that attaches to the class A exterior pipe that penetrates the thimble can be an interior, 45 elbow, then a diagonal piece that heads down to the stove, then meeting a 45 attached to the stove collar or stove collar adapter.
  3. RobertVL

    RobertVL New Member

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    I want to get it the pipe to stick out a little more
    I was hoping to avoid 90+90+45+45


    Thanks

    Robert VanLane

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    coreystaf New Member

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    you cant pass through a wall or ceiling with anything besides CHIMNEY pipe, and the maximum offset for chimney pipe in the US is 30 degrees. Some manufacturers actually allow to pass thru a wall at a 30 degree angle. I believe Selkirk does, but you must have the right parts. Please don't try to run that black pipe thru your wall.
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    coreystaf New Member

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    why not just pass thru the eve, less expensive and much more secure
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    coreystaf New Member

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    if your eve protrudes more than about 13" from the house, it should be do-able
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    fossil Accidental Moderator Staff Member

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    Might even be able to simply relieve the eave to allow straight up passage of the chimney, even if it doesn't wrap completely around the pipe. Straighter is better. Rick
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